Tag Archives: iBreviary

Final week to register for Divine Office before it’s shut off to new users; already removed from app stores

UPDATE TO OUR PREVIOUS POST: The producer of DivineOffice.org has announced that this is the final week for registrations on its website. After that, new comers to the site will not be able to access its valuable audio/text of Liturgy of the Hours (USA/English version). As we reported earlier, this is an unfortunate blow in the Catholic app […]

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Free Catholic apps: a couple of myths and a caution

Who doesn’t like free apps, especially if they’re Catholic? Here at Catholic Apptitude, we try to include free apps in all of our categories IF we find they are worth your consideration.  Before you dive into those freebies, let’s first dispel a couple of myths about free apps and then consider a practical warning. Myth: You get what […]

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Arabic version of iBreviary launched to help Christians bypass censorship

iBreviary, one of the world’s leading apps providing the texts for the Liturgy of the Hours (or Divine Office), added a new language to its offerings this week: Arabic. That may seem to be a benign gesture. It isn’t. Consider that parts of the Islamic world have banned the printed versions of this form of prayer. […]

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